In its second full month on sale, the Chevrolet Orlando reported a 29% month-to-month decline in a market which shrunk by just 3.6%. The Orlando went from out-selling the Mazda 5 and Kia Rondo in October to being out-sold by the Mazda 5 and Kia Rondo in November.
November 2011 sales figures show the Mazda 5 coming out in top spot in the mini-minivan segment. Through eleven months, the Kia Rondo has a 208-unit lead over the Mazda. Canada’s true best-selling maximinivan is the Dodge Grand Caravan, though sales slid 21.5% in November 2011. Together with its twin, the Chrysler Town & Country, Chrysler Canada’s minivans owned 56.9% of Canada’s minivan market in November.
Monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for all these models, as well as the pickup trucks displayed below, can be accessed through the dropdown menu in the top right of this page. The truck segment was thoroughly explored in an earlier post, but there’s more info in the table and market share chart below. For example, Canada’s four best-selling trucks – the Ford F-Series, Dodge Ram, GMC Sierra, and Chevrolet Silverado – controlled 83.9% of Canada’s truck market in November.
Check out last month’s version of this post here, and don’t forget to examine the Chevrolet Orlando-less and Kia Rondo-less U.S. edition while you’re at it.